1994 Women's World Hockey Championship
The 1994 Women's World Championship was held in Lake Placid, NY,
USA from April 11-17, 1994. Canada took the gold, USA the silver,
and Finland the bronze. I have the following information available:
1994 Hockey Cards
The Classic sports card company produced
of the women on Team Canada and on Team USA who competed at the 1994
Women's World Ice Hockey Championship in Lake Placid, USA.
Pictures of Team Canada 1994
(Sorry about the Team Canada bias ... but this is all that I have available.)
- Here is a picture of
Team Canada 1994, and the
legend for this picture.
Oldest and Youngest members of Team Canada.
France St-Louis is 35 years old, and Hayley Wickenheiser is 15 years old!
Hayley Wickenheiser is a distant cousin of Doug Wickenheiser.
Team Celebration picture after gold medal game.
Here's a team picture that was taken on the ice after the final
game. We had some great fans who joined in for the picture!
A typical picture of my Parents in the stands.
This was taken just after the gold medal game on April 17th, 1994.
France St-Louis, Manon Rheaume, and Andria Hunter.
This picture was taken before one of our exhibition games.
Karen Nystrom opening a bottle of victory champagne!
This picture was taken after the gold medal game on April 17th,
1994. No, Karen is not any relation to Bob Nystrom, although
she is a big fan of his!
Manon Rheaume and Erin Whitten.
These women are the goalies for Team Canada and Team USA,
respectively. This picture was taken at the banquet that was given
for us at the conclusion of the 1994 Women's World Hockey Championship.
It's not the best picture of Erin (crooked smile), but it was
the only one I had.
Some members of Team Canada in team jackets.
The five women in the top row are Cheryl Pounder, Karen Nystrom,
Angela James, Judy Diduck, and Andria Hunter. The blond woman
squating in the front is Marianne Grnak. Judy Diduck is the
sister of Gerald Diduck who plays for the Vancouver Canucks.
Manon in net.
Manon in net.
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